2011 Tampa Bay Buccaneers: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Versus Detroit Lions

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2011 Tampa Bay Buccaneers: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Versus Detroit Lions
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The final score is nowhere near indicative of the bashing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers received at the hands of the Detroit Lions, losing 27-20 in front of a crowd of 51,274.

Both the offense and defense looked uninspired, lethargic, and unprepared to play against a Lions team many are predicting will finally break into the postseason.

For the Buccaneers' sake, they ought to hope for Detroit to earn a playoff berth, or else this loss looks much worse than what's already presented.

While no one really stood out, there were a few positives—namely wide receiver Mike Williams and his spectacular touchdown grab in the fourth quarter, as well as Kellen Winslow, who snagged six catches for 66 yards.

But there were too many mistakes and miscues, and the Buccaneers are quickly in the loss column.

Who were the Good? The Bad? And the Ugly in Sunday's loss?  

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